It seemes that the DNS queries will be done by the NIS masters
and not by the stations itself. That was not wat I expected.
The RTFM did reference this in a oneliner which slipped by my attention.
(In fact, page 500 of the 4.1.1 Sys&Net Adm guide pointed to this direction)
I thought that if NIS failed, the client itself does the query itself instead
of the servers.
When I runned ypset <goodnisserver> all went OK.
My resolv.conf files were all OK, but it was bogus on the
other slave server. I installed a correct one, rerunned ypserv on that slave
and the problem disappeared.
Thanx to :
Hal Stern <stern@sunne.East.Sun.COM>
"Kevin C. McMahon" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
david@srv.PacBell.COM (David St. Pierre)
tgsmith@spdev.East.Sun.COM (Timothy G. Smith)
Robert L Krawitz <rlk@Think.COM>
Barry Margolin <barmar@Think.COM>
Fereydoun Tavangary <email@example.com>
Peter Kaldis <peter@Civil.Concordia.CA>
firstname.lastname@example.org.UK (George D M Ross)
Marcel Bernards, UNIX & Net sysadm Netherlands Energy Research Foundation ECN
(and SURFnet IC/ICP), Phone: (+31 /0)2246 4579 Fax: (+31 /0)2246 1864
E-Mail: Bernards@ECN.NL, SnailMail: P.O. Box 1, 1755 ZG Petten
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